Good hotel - nice room. Small bar area and on site restaurant. The restaurant was empty during my stay so I ventured out. There are many restaurants and bars within a short walking distance. Only there one evening but would consider staying agian.
Called the hotel in advance because i was doing a late check-in at 1am. When i arrived everything was ready and made it that much smoother to get to my bed without any hassles when i arrived with my family.
When calling earlier they were able to locate me a room the following night overlooking George Town which made the stay much nicer with a fantastic view overlooking the river at night.
Traveller from MIami, Florida
This luxury boutique hotel in Rosslyn with stunningviews of the Potomac River offers easy access to Washington DC.Hotel …More
We got a great price for this downtown treat! You can find just about anything you want to do in walking distance of this place. Our only regret was only staying one night. The room was adequate for our needs but may not suit others. We had a great view from our 9th floor room but the outside noise was never ending. It almost seemed like a window was opened. The inside noise was also distracting. You could hear a couple having sex through the ventilation system. None of this is unexpected for us when staying in a downtown setting. Another thing is the lack of parking options. They have a valet service but it is expensive when adding it to you room price. It's also not convenient to get things from your car if needed. All that said we would do it all over again.
Even if you drive to WashDC, you probably don't want to drive IN WashDC. Cities this size are not car-friendly. And the Metro is fantastic, easily the best light rail in the nation, maybe the world. Crystal City station is a 5-minute walk from the hotel. And if you're flying into DCA, the Radisson shuttle is prompt and convenient. Numerous restaurants both south and east. Comfortable bed, very good (but snug) bathroom, excellent shower. The one drawback I consider significant is no free breakfast.
Nice hotel. Nice staff. Beware of being on the 15th floor. It is right below the exercise room, so if someone decides to get on the tread mill at 2 am in the morning, you're in for a 30 minute to 1 hour of loud pounding noises.
The staff was in general annoyed or rude with all of the guests. I frequently travel around the country and stay in Holiday Inn's and other similarly rated hotels for business. This staff (excluding the driver of the shuttle) was the least interested in customer service I have ever come across. They genuinly appeared to annoyed with their jobs and annoyed that customers had the gall to bother them. I watched this occur with all customers/ staff over a 3 day period. I have more details but will spare the readers from more of my gripping.
Bottom line, the hotel itself was just fine but the staff.... Well...
It was a clutch last minute booking because of the price and ended up being a very comfortable stay. The bed was comfortable and we were even given a bigger bed then we paid for. Made our stay in DC much more pleasant the it was turning out to be.
The road to Arlington passes by the solemn Lincoln Memorial and leads to hallowed ground: the Arlington National Cemetery. This resting spot includes the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier and the graves of John F. and Robert Kennedy. Arlington County is home to other symbols of US military might, including the Pentagon and the US Marine Corps War Memorial, better known as the Iwo Jima Memorial.